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One Piece: Pirates' Carnival is a party game made for the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo Gamecube, loosely adapting elements of the manga and anime up to the Water 7 Arc. It allows up to four players to explore a Reversi-like board, compete in dozens of mini-games, and assemble a custom "crew" from more than 100 canon characters.

The game was released on November 23, 2005 in Japan and on September 13, 2006 in the United States.

GameplayEdit

Each player chooses one of the Straw Hat Pirates - Luffy, Zoro, Nami, Usopp, Sanji, Chopper, or Robin - to play as. The differences between each are largely cosmetic, with virtually no effect on individual gameplay. Note that each character can only represent one player for a given match.

The characters are color-coded after the player order: red for Player One, blue for Player Two, yellow for Player Three, and green for Player Four.

Game ModesEdit

Board GameEdit

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A typical panel being uncovered. Note the Beli9,000,000 face value.

The main form of gameplay is the Board Game (ボードゲーム Bōdogēmu?), where players take turns exploring a grid of panels covered by jolly rogers. When a panel is uncovered, it will display a card with a specific character, representing a potential "crewmate" for the players to claim.

Scores are measured in Belly, representing the treasure collected while exploring. Each player has two treasuries:

  • The Personal treasury, which begins every game with Beli20,000,000.
  • The Crew treasury, which begins every game with Beli0, and totals the face value of every panel the player has claimed.

Panels come in three varieties:

  • Mini-Game (ミニゲーム Minigēmu?) panels present a trio of mini-games, one of which the uncovering player must choose to compete in against all the other players. The winner claims the panel as well as several performance-based bonuses to their Personal treasury.
  • Captain (キャプテン Kyaputen?) panels present a special mini-game where the uncovering player controls the panel character, usually in some form of boss battle against the other players. The winner claims the panel. All Captain panels come in pairs; claiming one will automatically reveal and claim its twin.[1]
  • Event (イベント Ibento?) panels are immediately claimed by the uncovering player. All event panels will carry some additional effect, which may be divided into several subcategories:
    • Friend (ともだち Tomodachi?) panels, generally depicting the Straw Hat Pirates' civilian friends and allies (such as Kaya, Pagaya, and Kokoro), add an extra Beli5,000,000 to the Personal treasury.
    • Marine (海軍 Kaigun?) panels, depicting members of the Marines (and affiliated persons such as the Gorosei), deduct Beli5,000,000 from the Personal treasury.
    • Davy Back Fight (デービーバックファイト Dēbī bakku faito?) panels, depicting members of the Foxy Pirates (including Foxy himself), allow the player to wage a special Captain game over an opponent's panel; the winner claims (or, in the challenged party's case, keeps) the panel.
    • Six "outliers" carry effects uniquely tailored to their characters:
      • Vivi: Grants an extra turn.
      • Mihawk: Destroys any one opponent-claimed panel.
      • Ace: Converts any one adjacent opponent-claimed panel to the player's color.
      • Shanks: Converts any one opponent-claimed Captain panel (and its twin) to the player's color.
      • Doflamingo: Swaps locations with any one opposing panel.
      • Aokiji: Freezes any one player-claimed panel, protecting it from all other effects for one round.
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Panel steals can come from multiple directions at once.

Once claimed, a panel will be marked in the corresponding player's color; if a mini-game ends in a draw, its panel will be marked in gray and remain open for claiming. Any player may "steal" opponent-claimed and/or gray panels by trapping them between two panels of the player's own color.

When a certain number of panels have been uncovered, Foxy will appear and declare a Halftime Chance (ハーフタイムチャンス Hāfutaimu chansu?), launching a special two-on-two mini-game pitting the first- and third-place players against the second- and last-place. While this mini-game will not affect any panels, it will add Beli10,000,000 to each of the winners' Personal treasuries.

Additionally, one of the following effects may trigger at any time, shifting (or possibly entrenching) player advantages:

  • Confiscation (回収 Kaishū?): Deducts half the personal treasury of the leading player.
  • Cyclone (サイクロン Saikuron?): Destroys one randomly-chosen panel.
  • Knock-Up Stream (ノックアップストリーム Nokkuappu Sutorīmu?): Switches the locations of two randomly-chosen panels.
  • Mutiny (反乱 Hanran?): Turns a randomly-chosen Captain panel (and its twin) gray, and forces all four players to compete in the corresponding game against a CPU-controlled Captain. The winning player claims the panel anew; if the Captain wins, the panel remains gray.

Once every panel has been claimed, each player's treasuries are tallied, and several bonuses given for achievements such as stealing the most panels. The richest player is the winner.

There are five game boards in all, each representing a canon setting, each with a unique size and formation:

Only the East Blue board is available from the start; each of the others must be unlocked by clearing the preceding board.

VS GameEdit

Any mini-game played in Board Game mode is automatically unlocked for VS Game mode, allowing it to be played at leisure.

Normal GamesEdit

Collects all mini-games available through Mini-Game panels. These include:

Ship Battle Royale (船上バトルロイヤル Senjō batoru rowaiaru?): Players battle each other aboard the Going Merry.

Pirates' Concentration (海賊カードあわせ Kaizoku kādo awase?): Players take turns flipping over tiles featuring members of the Straw Hat Pirates on a giant raft, searching for matches.

Going Merry Shooting Gallery (ゴーイングメリー砲台射的競争 Gōingumerī hōdai shateki kyōsō?): Players use the Going Merry's cannons to shoot islands (and the occasional Marine ship) for points.

Moku Moku Dragnet Dash! (モクモク包囲網をぬけろ!! Mokumoku hōi-mō o nukero!!?): Players search for keys in the Loguetown Marine Headquarters while avoiding Smoker.

Snowcap Battle Hiking (雪山登山バトルハイキング Yukiyama tozan batoruhaikingu?): Players race each other up the Drum Rockies, navigating hazards such as hiking bears and Lapahns along the way.

Yuba Sand Digout (ユバの砂掘り競争 Yuba no suna hori kyōsō?): Players dig for water in Yuba while dodging sandstorms.

Hit the Road! Kung Fu Dugong (追い出せ! クンフージュゴン Oidase! Kunfūjugon?): Players spar with the Kung-Fu Dugongs in a small, rocky arena, each trying to keep their quarter of the arena as empty as possible.

Super Spot-Billed Duck Ledge Race (超カルガモ絶壁レース Chō karugamo zeppeki rēsu?): Players race up the Alubarna Plateau on Super Spot-Billed Ducks.

Treasure Salvage Showdown (お宝サルベージ合戦 Otakara sarubēji gassen?): Players explore a sunken ship in diving suits, raiding chests (and each other) for treasure while avoiding attacks from Masira.

Octopus Balloon Heartrender Rally (タコバルーンフワフワラリー Takobarūn fuwafuwararī?): Players use the octopus balloon to race the 10,000-meter gap from Skypiea to the Going Merry.

Long Long Stilt Battle (ロングロング竹馬バトル Rongurongu takeuma batoru?): Players face off on Long Ring Long Land atop massive stilts, trying to knock each other over.

Pandaman Pursuit! (パンダマンを探せ! Pandaman o sagase!?): Players use telescopes to pick Pandaman out of a large crowd.

Captain GamesEdit

Collects all mini-games available through Captain panels. These include:

Bara Bara Festival (バラバラフェスティバル Barabara fesutibaru?): Players battle Buggy by stomping on his detached body parts, taking care to avoid his knives, his "berserker" rages, and support fire from Mohji and Cabaji.

No Mercy! Shakushi Garden (無差別攻撃! 杓死の庭 Musabetsu kōgeki! Shakushi no niwa?): Players battle Kuro in an enclosed yard while avoiding Jango's hypnosis. Kuro himself cannot attack directly, but runs several times faster than his opponents; anyone he encircles is automatically attacked by his Shakushi technique.

Terror of the MH5 (恐怖のM・H・5 Kyōfu no MH5?): Players must cross pieces of driftwood and a haze of poison gas to reach Don Krieg, periodically picking up gas masks to stay alive. Krieg himself can counterattack with spears and bombs.

Arlong Darts Park (アーロンダーツパーク Āron dātsu pāku?): Players compete with Arlong in a three-round game of darts at Arlong Park. Arlong takes his turn at the end of each round, using his Shark on Darts technique to not only score off the board but "steal" the other players' darts and corresponding points.

Little Garden Bomb Battle (リトルガーデンボムバトル Ritorugāden bomu batoru?): Players battle the giants Dorry and Broggy on Little Garden by tossing bombs at the giants' feet. Dorry and Broggy can retaliate by stepping on the players, guided by a skull mark.

Wapol's Baku Baku Factory (ワポルのバクバクファクトリー Waporu no bakubakufakutorī?): Players battle a rotating Wapol (in the center of the stage) by hitting his heart, which pops out at a random spot every time he attacks. In addition to using cannons and hammers, Wapol can eat anyone he is facing, gathering power for a secret technique that attacks all sides at once.

Fourth Batter, Full Swing (4番バッターフルスイング 4-Ban battā furusuingu?): Players attempt to deflect the exploding baseballs that Mr. 4 hits their way. In addition to normal baseball bombs, Mr. 4 can also have Lassoo launch up to three "tornado shots" for direct damage.

Mane Mane Panel Shoot (マネマネパネルシュート Manemane paneru shūto?): Players engage in a guessing game with Mr. 2 Bon Kurei at the Sandora River, trying to predict his disguise before he can attack.

Crocodile's Suna Suna Hell (クロコダイルのスナスナ地獄 Kurokodairu no sunasuna jigoku?): Players battle Crocodile with water guns while struggling against the deadly pull of his Desert Girasole technique. Crocodile himself can dodge water shots and retaliate with Desert Spada and sandstorms.

Spring Hopper Daredevil! (スプリングホッパー危機一髪!! Supuringuhoppā kikiippatsu!!?): Players must cross three sections of Mock Town, dodging not only Bellamy and his spring-loaded attacks but the craters they leave in their wake. If multiple players survive all three sections, Bellamy will launch a frenzied "Spring Hopper" until only one is standing.

Blackbeard's Cherry Pie Chompdown! (黒ひげチェリーパイ一食即発!! Kurohige cherīpai ichijiki sokuhatsu!!?): Players compete with Blackbeard in a pie-eating contest, taking care to avoid bombs mixed in with the pies. Doc Q will periodically appear at Blackbeard's side, allowing Blackbeard to confuse his opponents with apples (containing much better-hidden bombs).

Assault! Wiper the Berserker (強襲! 戦鬼ワイパー Kyōshū! Senki Waipā?): Players must stop Wiper from sinking the Going Merry by absorbing his bazooka shots with dials. In addition to standard shots, Wiper can charge his bazooka to double its power.

Forest of No Return! Ordeal of Balls (迷いの森!! 玉の試練 Mayoi no mori!! Tama no shiren?): Players must knock exploding Surprise Balls toward Satori. Satori himself can either deflect these balls with his cane or absorb them, gathering material for his deadly Ball Dragon technique.

Light the Fire of Shandora! (シャンドラの灯をともせ!! Shandora no akari o tomose!!?): Players race one another up Giant Jack, trying to reach the Golden Bell while avoiding attacks from Enel.

The Great Suitcase Scramble! (トランクケース大争奪戦!! Torankukēsu dai sōdatsu-sen!!?): Players battle Paulie over five suitcases of money in a Dock One lumberyard; the first to retrieve three suitcases wins. Hammers can be thrown to stun opponents (including Paulie) or knock a suitcase free.

Doa Doa Panic Maze (ドアドアパニック大迷路 Doadoa panikku dai-meiro?): Players try to escape the burning Galley-La Headquarters while evading Blueno, who can freely pass through the maze-like walls to attack, and redirect the flames up to three times.

Blazing Briar Road (炎のイバラロード Honō no ibararōdo?): Players battle Kaku & Kalifa within the burning Galley-La Headquarters, dodging their whip attacks while trying to toss them into the nearby flames. The CP9 agents can either charge head-on or stop and pivot, increasing the range of their attack.

Lucci's Hunt! Beware the Neko Neko (追撃のルッチ!! ネコネコの恐怖 Tsuigeki no Rutchi!! Neko neko no kyōfu?): Players run through the burning Galley-La Headquarters, while Rob Lucci chases after and attacks them with burning furniture and his Rokushiki techniques.

House Special! Anything-Goes Cannon (名物!! 何でも散弾砲 Meibutsu!! Nanidemo sandan-hō?): Players raid the Franky House for gold while avoiding Franky's attacks and the junk Zambai fires from the Anything-Goes Cannon. For extra damage, Franky can grab and throw players into the cannon.

Straw Hat Pirates' GamesEdit

Unlike the other Captain Games, these cannot be accessed by uncovering panels. They can only be accessed by waging a Davy Back Fight against the corresponding Straw Hat Pirate.

Gomu Gomu Carnival (ゴムゴムカーニバル Gomugomu kānibaru?): A rhythmic game where the players battle Luffy. Luffy attacks by selecting certain beats in a tune, and the other players must attack/dodge by selecting the same beat.

Storming Swordplay (嵐の剣術修行 Arashi no kenjutsu shugyō?): Players battle Zoro within a rain-slicked ring. Players must tackle Zoro out of the ring while being careful to not get thrown out themselves.

Loguetown Treasure Chase (ローグタウン財宝チェイス Rōgutaun zaihō cheisu?): Players chase Nami down the streets of Loguetown. They must successfully tackle three pieces of treasure from her before she reaches the Going Merry.

Usopp Factory Treasure War (ウソップ工場お宝攻防戦 Usoppu kōjō otakara kōbō-sen?): A guessing game where the other players attempt to snatch treasure from one of three doors. Usopp stands in the middle, and must choose a door to protect.

Baratie Cooking Fight (バラティエクッキングファイト Baratie kukkingufaito?): The other players attempt to steal food aboard the Baratie as Sanji throws it to Patty. Sanji himself can throw forks at them to slow them down, and must deliver five dishes to Patty before any of the players can successfully steal three.

Let Fly the Pirate Flag! (海賊旗をかかげろ!! Kaizoku hata o kakagero!!?): The other players attempt to steal a pirate flag from Chopper upon Drum Castle and wave it to fill a gauge. Chopper himself must place the flag upon each of the castle's seven sections and turn the snow pink.

Riddle of the Airborne Ancients (空中古代都市の謎 Kūchū kodai-toshi no nazo?): The other players attempt to steal Beli100,000,000 worth of treasure from the ruins of Shandora before Robin finishes deciphering a row of poneglyphs. Robin herself can turn at any time to attack anyone she catches moving (a la Statues).

Middle GamesEdit

Collects the mini-games available for the Halftime Chance.

Donuts Race (ドーナツレース Dōnatsu rēsu?): Players compete in a two-lap race around Long Ring Long Land, navigating obstacles such as geysers, whirlpools, and Foxy's Noro Noro Beams. Players may also periodically accesses item boxes (a la Mario Kart) for a random power-up or weapon.

Groggy Ring (グロッキーリング Gurokkī ringu?): Players face off in an enclosed ring, trying to stun each other with attacks. A stunned player can be aimed and thrown at the goal-ring; each successful goal earns one point.

Pirate Dodgeball (海賊ドッヂボール Kaizoku doddjibōru?): Players try to defeat each other with explosive dodgeballs. These balls can be thrown directly or passed to one's partner; balls thrown immediately after a pass carry maximum speed and power.[2]

This section also contains a mini-game exclusive to VS mode, made available after all of the Foxy Pirates have been unlocked in the Board Game.

One Piece Quiz King (ワンピースクイズ王 Wan pīsu kuizu-ō?): Players compete to answer 25 trivia questions (drawn from a pool of 700) based on the canon. Besides conventional scoring, players can set the Point Lead (ポイント先取 Pointo senshu?) system for automatic victory after 5, 6, 7, or 9 correct answers in a row.

Bonus FeaturesEdit

Every panel character corresponds to a numbered card. Once a board game has been completed, all characters uncovered in that particular game are automatically saved to the Collection (コレクション Korekushon?).

The Straw Hat Pirates each have their own card; these are saved to the collection once the specific Straw Hat finishes a board game in first place.

  1. Monkey D. Luffy
  2. Roronoa Zoro
  3. Nami
  4. Usopp
  5. Sanji
  6. Tony Tony Chopper
  7. Nico Robin
  8. Makino
  9. Alvida
  10. Axe-Hand Morgan
  11. Chouchou
  12. Boodle
  13. Mohji
  14. Cabaji
  15. Buggy the Clown
  16. Gaimon
  17. Ninjin
  18. Tamanegi
  19. Piiman
  20. Merry
  21. Kaya
  22. Sham
  23. Buchi
  24. Kuro of the Hundred Schemes
  25. Koushirou
  26. Kuina
  27. Patty
  28. Carne
  29. Zeff
  30. Pearl
  31. Gin
  32. Don Krieg
  33. Nojiko
  34. Genzo
  35. Nezumi
  36. Mohmoo
  37. Hatchan
  38. Kuroobi
  39. Chew
  40. Arlong the Saw
  41. Coby
  42. Helmeppo
  43. Garp
  44. Tashigi
  45. Smoker
  46. Laboon
  47. Crocus
  48. Dorry & Broggy
  49. Dalton
  50. Dr. Kureha
  51. Chess
  52. Kuromarimo
  53. Wapol
  54. Kohza
  55. Toto
  56. Chaka the Jackal
  57. Pell the Falcon
  58. Igaram
  59. Cobra
  60. Nefertari Vivi
  61. Carue
  62. Unluckies
  63. Mr. 9
  64. Mr. 7
  65. Miss Father's Day
  66. Miss Monday
  67. Mr. 5
  68. Miss Valentine
  69. Mr. 4
  70. Miss Merry Christmas
  71. Mr. 3
  72. Miss Goldenweek
  73. Mr. 2 Bon Kurei
  74. Mr. 1
  75. Miss Doublefinger
  76. Sir Crocodile
  77. Jango the Turncoat
  78. Double-Ironfist Fullbody
  79. Black Cage Hina
  80. Masira
  81. Shoujou
  82. Montblanc Cricket
  83. Big Knife Sarkies
  84. Bellamy the Hyena
  85. Jesus Burgess
  86. Van Augur
  87. Doc Q
  88. Laffitte
  89. Marshall D. Teach
  90. Gan Fall
  91. Conis
  92. Pagaya
  93. Aisa
  94. Wiper
  95. Yama
  96. Satori
  97. Shura
  98. Gedatsu
  99. Ohm
  100. God Enel
  101. Tonjit
  102. Itomimizu
  103. Porche
  104. Capote
  105. Monda
  106. Hamburg
  107. Pickles
  108. Big Pan
  109. Foxy the Silver Fox
  110. Chimney & Gonbe
  111. Kokoro
  112. Peeply Lulu
  113. Tilestone
  114. Paulie
  115. Iceberg
  116. Blueno
  117. Kaku & Kalifa
  118. Lucci
  119. Franky
  120. Dracule Mihawk
  121. Donquixote Doflamingo
  122. Gorosei
  123. Aokiji
  124. Sengoku the Buddha
  125. Rockstar
  126. Lucky Roo
  127. Yasopp
  128. Benn Beckman
  129. Red-Haired Shanks
  130. Portgas D. Ace
  131. Edward Newgate
  132. Pandaman

Translation and AlternationsEdit

As with One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush!, this game was translated and dubbed into English by 4Kids Entertainment. While the gameplay mechanics were retained, many other aspects were changed or outright removed.

  • 4Kids naming conventions (i.e. Zolo instead of Zoro, Chaser instead of Smoker) and censorship (i.e. the cross-like guards on Mihawk's swords being shortened) are generally followed where applicable.
  • Since the 4Kids anime was still in the midst of the Alabasta Arc at the time, steps were taken against referencing events from Skypiea and beyond:
    • The opening cinematic is heavily edited, replacing scenes of Blackbeard, Enel, CP9, Franky, and the Foxy Pirates with clips of in-game footage.
    • Characters referencing the manga's cover arcs - such as Garp - are removed.[3]
    • Skypiea is made a "hidden" board, accessible only through a password. Most characters introduced in the Sky Island Saga are kept, but a few - mainly subplot characters such as Rockstar, Doflamingo, and Sengoku - are removed.
      • Doflamingo's panel effect is given to the Laboon panel.
    • The Water 7 and Long Ring Long Land boards are removed, along with all characters introduced in the Water 7 Saga and Lucci's Captain game.
      • The other four Captain games "native" to Water 7 are given new hosts: Paulie is replaced with Chaser, Blueno with Pandaman, the Kalifa-Kaku team with a Mohji-Cabaji team, and Franky with Buggy (drawn with his Loguetown Arc anchor makeup to differentiate from the "old" Buggy).
      • Aokiji's panel effect is given to a newly-made Lapahn panel.
      • The Davy Back Fight mechanic is given to a newly-made Davy Back Fight panel.
      • All the Foxy Pirates' roles - explaining the Davy Back Fight and hosting the Halftime Chance games - are given to Jango and the Black Cat Pirates, with the Bezan Black standing in for the Sexy Foxy and Jango's hypnosis standing in for Foxy's Noro Noro powers.
  • The Quiz King game is removed.
  • Each (kept) board - East Blue, Grand Line, and Skypiea - is given two extra formations, for a total of nine separate boards.

GalleryEdit

One Piece Pirates Carnival
Japan Game Cover.
One Piece Pirates Carnival US
US game cover.

TriviaEdit

  • The U.S. game cover uses cover art from the Japan-and-Europe-only game One Piece: Round the Land. The only edit to the character images was that Sanji is holding two Wapol chests in the U.S. while in Japan, Enel was one of the chests as well.

ReferencesEdit

  1. For treasury purposes, Captain panels are only counted once.
  2. This is the only mini-game explicitly based off filler material - specifically, the Hit and Dead Ball event from Episode 215.
  3. Coby is given new art - and reclassified from a Marine to a Friend - to erase all reference to Diary of Koby-Meppo.

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